Arti Last Agreement

On 15 November 1947, ITU was recognized as a global telecommunications agency in an agreement between ITU and the newly created United Nations. This agreement came into force on 1 January 1949 and officially made ITU a UNITED Nations body. [9] [12] [13] During the last phase of cooperation, ARTI has made significant contributions in several areas, including the development of a radiation production plant that has developed new mutant crop varieties such as rice and soybeans, space food sterilization, treatment of contaminated groundwater and toxic gases, development of bioactive hydrogels, and the development of high-performance hybrid materials for the industry. If you have any comments or questions about this privacy policy or would like to exercise the legal rights described here, please contact us at the The newly signed agreement includes the commitment of ARTI and IAEA to cooperate in the areas of environmental rehabilitation, scientific material development, food irradiation, biotechnology and agricultural radiation applications. The aim of cooperation is to provide Member States with expertise and capacity building in each of these areas. Please contact us at the if you would like more information on the specific mechanism we use to transfer your personal data from the EEA. We use subcontractors and service providers located in countries other than yours who send them the information we receive (including personal data). We conduct such international transfers for the purposes described above. We will ensure that these third parties are subject to written agreements guaranteeing the same level of privacy and data protection, as outlined in this Privacy Statement, including appropriate remedies in the event of a breach of your data protection rights in that third country. At the initiative of Napoleon III, the French government invited 1865 international participants to a conference in Paris to facilitate and regulate international telegraph services.

One of the results of the conference was the creation of the forerunner of modern ITU. [1] We may disclose your personal data to third parties: (i) if we believe in good faith that disclosure is likely to protect our rights, property or security by third parties (including the application of the agreement, the BUA and this declaration of confidentiality); (ii) when it comes to questions, agencies and/or legal, pre-commissioned, judicial or police authorities; or (iii) as necessary to meet all legal and/or regulatory obligations.